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Network Rail has completed one mile of boundary fencing renewals with a difference on Glasgow’s south side. Hedgehog-friendly holes have been included in a timber fencing renewal at Muirend to allow the little creatures to move freely in and around railway property.

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Local people in Leven and Cameron Bridge will get the first chance to see the plans for the station developments that will be delivered as part of the Levenmouth Rail link project. Network Rail will unveil the final plans for the new stations at two drop-in events to be held near to the proposed sta

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Network Rail has installed new lift shafts as part of the new £15 million East Linton station development. The work was carried out by contractor Bam Nuttall, across two nightshifts.

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Network Rail has unveiled concepts for the redevelopment of Troon Station to the local community at an event in the town. The concepts presented offer three options for the redevelopment of platform one’s station building, following the fire which destroyed it in July 2021.

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Work to construct the new bridge over the railway at Nithsdale Road in Glasgow’s Southside is now underway following the successful demolition of the old structure. The project, part of the Glasgow-Barrhead electrification works, will see a new bridge deck constructed higher over the railway t

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Transport minister Jenny Gilruth has visited the site of the first new feeder station to be commissioned as part of a £120 million investment to boost the electricity supply into the railway network. The Ferguslie feeder station, which will connect to the network in October, was installed near

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Proposed plans for the redevelopment of Troon station building following a fire which destroyed it in July last year are to be unveiled to the public. Network Rail is inviting the local community and any interested parties along to a community drop-in event at the Walker Hall in Troon between 4.00pm

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Network Rail is set to begin work on a £3.8 million investment on the rail bridge spanning the A8 at Saltmarket, near Glasgow Cross. The 12-month programme, from August 15 until September 2023, will include essential repairs to extend the lifespan of the bridge as part of Network Rail’s

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Network Rail has started work to remove the bridge on Nithsdale Road in Glasgow as part of the Barrhead to Glasgow electrification project. Significant round-the-clock activity which began at the weekend included the use of a crane and lorries to remove bridge materials from the site.

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The first of several new electricity feeder stations for Scotland’s Railway is now in place. It’s part of a £120 million programme being backed by the Scottish Government to enhance the resilience and reliability of the infrastructure and to support additional electrically powered

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Building, infrastructure, engineering and fit-out company Tilbury Douglas began work on the refurbishment of Network Rail’s Houston Street offices in Glasgow this month. The industrial warehouse with ancillary office accommodation is spread across two floors. The project will include the

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Glasgow’s Anderston station reopened to passengers today following a thirteen-week programme of engineering works. The station closed on March 13 as part of a wider £32 million investment to improve punctuality and reliability on services between Rutherglen and the Exhibition Centre.

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National rail contractor QTS Group hosted a special two-day event to bring together rail industry leaders and local schools to celebrate achievements and discuss the future of the industry.

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